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The Rockies’ Jamie Moyer doesn’t throw hard, so when he throws a bad pitch, the results can get especially ugly. How ugly? Ugly enough that you can give up a home run to a guy on a swing where he loses his bat.
Jamie Moyer is 49 years old, yet still pitching in the major leagues. How does he do it? Precision. He needs to locate his (much, much slower than average) pitches in exactly the right spots to get batters to chase. When this works, it’s a sight to behold. When it doesn’t…
God bless you Jamie Moyer. You are old as balls, yet somehow, you managed to win a baseball game last night. Buster Olney says it’s because you trick batters. But he failed to touch on an important point after you pitched seven innings of shutout ball, Jamie: you have a smokin’ hot wife.
There will be no AARP membership cards or condos in Boca Raton for Moyer this year — at 49, Moyer will take the mound for the Colorado Rockies, having beat out a 22-year old and a 28-year-old for the team’s final spot in the rotation. The significance of a really old dude pitching in the majors, after the jump.
MLB pitcher – current MLB pitcher – Jamie Moyer turned 48 a little less than two weeks ago. Moyer will undergo Tommy John surgery this week, in an attempt to come back in 2012. He will be 49 years old that season. Jamie Moyer is awesome.
47-year-old Jamie Moyer has been placed on the disabled list, and the injury may force him to close the book on his remarkable 24 year career.
One of the themes of Louis C.K.’s standup comedy act – and his acclaimed new comedy on FX, Louie – is the aging process, and all its pitfalls. The performer doesn’t pull punches in talking about how getting older can, well, suck.
There’s a lot of hype surrounding the Philadelphia Phillies’ Jamie Moyer – namely, how he still manages to (usually) get major league hitters out at age 47. Is that buzz warranted? Our Power Grid says no – but I say yes.